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Tournaments/Matches/Camps (May - June 2009)
24 May 2009
9 am to 7 pm
Setia Alam Welcome Centre,
No. 2 Jalan Setia Indah AD U13/AD,
Setia Alam Seksyen U13, 40170 Shah Alam Alam
SP Setia Berhad
Some of the rules are as follows:
- All chess equipment will be provided.
- NO Entry fees will be charged to the
- Open to all players, children and adults.
- Each participant will also receive a Certificate of
Participation and a Chess Gift.
For enquiries and registration, please call (603)
5th Kids for Chess
8th & 9th of June
Kids for Chess Program & Imagine
Software, welcomes you to its 5th Chess Camp for children. The course
has been designed to be fun and informative for the absolute beginner, the
intermediate player as well as the aspiring tournament player.
4th Chess Camp 2008
With this camp,
we are proud to announce the following list of players who collectively have
more than 100 years of chess experience:
- IM Jimmy Liew
- Lim Poay Sim
- S. Balen
- Cikgu Shamsuddin
- CM Collin Madhavan
3rd Chess Camp 2007
Entry fee is a flat rate of RM
90 per student for the 2-day Chess Camp. All Chess equipment will be
provided. If there should be any further enquiries, please feel free to contact
Collin Madhavan at (
03-91316474 or 016-2123578).
date for submitting the forms is 6th of June 2009.
Heritage City International Chess Open
||10 – 14 June 2009
minutes plus 30 seconds per move
||Dewan Sri Pinang, Penang
||Mr Tan Eng Seong Tel: (60)12-4299517 Email: email@example.com
Mr Tan Eu Hong Tel: (60)12-4882133 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
||Please visit http://chess.euhong.net for online registration
|Free entry for titled player (GM, IM, FM, NM)
FIDE Rated RM 50
PCA Member RM 150
Non-PCA Member RM 180
PCA Member RM 50
Non-PCA Member RM 80
|| Open (RM)
|| Challenger (RM)
Best PCA 1
Best PCA 2
Best PCA 3
This is an individual tournament, open to all players.
There are two groups of play: Open category for all players, and Challenger category for players rated below 2000 (FIDE ratings) or national rating 1750 and below.
FIDE (International Chess Federation) rules and regulations shall apply. Results will be sent for FIDE rating calculations.
Both groups will be played using the Swiss System, with 9 rounds for Open and Challenger.
For the pairings, a Swiss Manager program will be used.
Five minutes before the games start, the Chief Arbiter shall make the announcement accordingly. If any player is not present within an hour after the game is started, he shall lose by default.
FIDE regulations apply for mobile phones, which must be switched off during playing times. Penalty is automatic loss of game.
Officials and players should be smartly attired at all times while in the playing hall.
to download the form
to play and win.
to play and win.
1.Nxb5!! Bxb5 2.Bxc4+! Bxc4 [2...Kg6 3.Bxb5 Ncxd6 4.Bc6 Kf7 5.b5+-; 2...Kg7 3.Bxb5 Nexd6 4.Bd7+-] 3.d7 1–0 Esquivel – Gongora 2002
Kxc7 2.Qa7+ Kc6 3.Rc1+ Kd5 (3...Bc5+ 4.Rxc5+ Qxc5+ 5.Qxc5+ Kd7 6.Nb6+) 4.Qe3!
(#C5 #CDb6) 4...Bc5 (4...Rb8 5.Qf3+ Kd4 6.Rd1+) 5.Nxc5! (5.Rxc5+!?)
5...Kc6 6.Nxa6+ Kd7 (6...Kb7 7.Rc7+) 7.Qa7+ Ke8 8.Nc7++-] 1–0
– Druon 2001